In the 4th century, a Chinese missionary under the Shang Dynasty named Hsu-Shen (Hoshan) came to America in search of his people who were the East Yi (Black Chinese). When the Chinese arrived, they encountered the Olmecs who had already been living on the land. The Chinese considered the black Olmecs as the descendants of the Black Chinese “Yi” people. Hoshan’s people settled and mixed in with the Olmecs and produced the “Aboriginal.”
The Olmecs gave the lower kingdom to these aborigines. The aborigines called the land ‘Mu-Xian’ which is a combination of the Olmeccan-Ashuric-Aramaic word ‘Mu’ which means “one”, and the Chinese word ‘Xian’ named after Hsu-Shen. Did you know that there is a province in China today called ‘Xian’, and that this is the site of the only Chinese pyramids? Mu-Xian became ‘Mixian’ and eventually ‘Mexian’ or ‘Mexico.’ The aborigines called themselves ‘Mexicans’ and they re-mixed with the Olmecs, which resulted in a sub-tribe called ‘Hopi’.
The Hopi clan was taught the religion of the Dogon and given the secrets of the stars. Several hundred years later the Hindu East Indians arrived in Mexico and they bred in with the Mexicans and produced Mongoloid tribes like the Inuit and Eskimo who migrated far north to Canada and Alaska.
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